Travel bans give a false sense of security, and if Caribbean health systems cannot handle even a single case of Ebola, there is a larger crisis
The Government of Trinidad & Tobago has lifted an entry ban on travellers from Nigeria, which it imposed as a response to the Ebola crisis
Nationalistic backlash to the CARICOM Court of Justice’s judgement in the Shanique Myrie case is frustrating free movement, argues Sunity Maharaj
The Jamaat-Al-Muslimeen speaks on Jamaica-Trinidad relations, and his views on CARICOM, in the wake of his detainment and deportation from Jamaica
Individual regional governments are enacting vastly different travel restrictions in an uncoordinated manner in response to the Ebola outbreak. Here are the latest updates.
A two-member activist group in Grenada is lobbying for legal protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) citizens
A backgrounder to the case that shaped the functioning of the free movement regime, and the treatment of Community nationals, in the Caribbean Community
Part II of the Save Goat Islands coverage. Academics propose an alternate site for the port development, citing the value of the Goat Islands to Jamaica
Meet Dr. Wayne Kublasingh, the protester who is now on the 17th day of a hunger strike in protest of Trinidad’s largest and most complex infrastructure development to date.
While some Caribbean governments have assured citizens of their readiness to cope with any suspected cases of Ebola, others are not so optimistic